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England legends failed in front of West Indies legends, New Zealand team also won

ENG Legends vs WI Legends: In the Road Safety World Series, two matches were played on Saturday. In the first match, New Zealand Legends defeated Bangladesh Legends. At the same time, in the second match, West Indies Legends failed the England legends. During this, Ross Taylor, Brian Lara and Ian Bell were seen batting in the old style.

Bangladesh Legends vs New Zealand Legends
This match between Bangla and Kiwi teams was affected by rain. The match was reduced to 11-11 overs instead of 20. Here Bangladesh batted first but New Zealand legends Kyle Mills and Hamish Bennett gave three blows to the Bangladesh team in the first three overs. After this, Bengali batsmen Alok Kapali (37) and Dhiman Ghosh (41) batted with intelligence and remained unbeaten, taking the team for 98 runs in the stipulated 11 overs.

New Zealand chased the target of 99 runs very easily. New Zealand achieved the target in 9.3 overs for the loss of 2 wickets. Here captain Ross Taylor scored 30 runs off 17 balls. During this, three strong sixes also came out of his bat. ‘Player of the match’ was Kyle Mills. He took two wickets for 11 runs in two overs.

England legend fails ahead of West Indies legends
Batting first, England Legends scored 156 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 20 overs thanks to the innings of captain Ian Bell (46) and Ricky Clarke (50 not out). During this, the same old style of Ian Bell was seen. He played a slow but charming innings. After this, chasing the target of 157 runs, both the openers of the Windies team scored half-centuries. Brian Lara also scored 22 runs after the innings of Dwayne Smith (73) William Parkinson (57). He hit two fours and a six. Windies Legends won by 8 wickets in 17.2 overs.

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